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Special Issue "Polysulfur- and Sulfur-Nitrogen Heterocycles"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2020.
Interests: heterocyclic chemistry; sulfur-nitrogen heterocycles; selenium heterocycles; synthetic methods; biologically active compounds; organic sensitizers for DSSCs and OLEDs; sulfur monochloride
Heterocyclic chemistry is a vast and important subject. Many different heterocyclic systems have now been explored. In the last century, a family of the structures at the borderline between organic and inorganic chemistry, which are characterized by an unusually high ratio of heteroatoms (sulfur and nitrogen) to carbon, was discovered. It turned out that these structures can be of practical interest as semiconductors, liquid crystals, and agrochemical, antimicrobial, antivirus, and similar objects. This Special Issue will focus on the advances in the synthesis, reactivity, and uses of polysulfur- and sulfur-nitrogen heterocycles.
Prof. Dr. Oleg A. Rakitin
Manuscript Submission Information
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- synthetic methods
- medicinal, photovoltaic materials
- computational applications